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U.K. Prime Minister, David Cameron remembers those who were “brutally murdered” by the terrorist group, ISIS.
Burt Flickinger, managing director at Strategic Resource Insight Group, says JC Penney still has 5-6 quarters before turning a profit, however, it’s on path to make an “‘American Rocky Balboa comeback.”
It’s very unlikely that any one data point is going convince Fed members that the U.S. economy is on a remarkably different path than in previous years, says Lindsey Piegza, chief economist at Stifel Fixed Income.
Outfittery’s co-founder, Anna Alex says building a start-up is “never easy”, however, the company have managed to succeed through great investment backers and loyal customers.
A skateboarding bulldog in Peru has broken a world record for the “longest human tunnel” traveled through by a skateboarding dog.
Elsa Lignos, managing director of FX strategy at RBC Capital Markets, discusses recent moves in euro/dollar in relation to QE hints from the European Central Bank.
Christian Faitz, equity research analyst at Kepler Cheuvreux, explains why Monsanto’s bid to buy Syngenta was more than just the price.
Sumit Jamuar, CEO of SBICAP UK discusses why Indian shares are underperforming in relation to the government’s reforms.
Christian Keller, head of economics research at Barclays, says a lack of investment is a medium to long term concern for Germany and its economic growth.
JPMorgan Chase Institute president and CEO, Diana Farrell discusses how using data helps solve economic problems, with reference to the Fed and the U.S. consumer.
Blockchain CEO, Peter Smith explains how banks could be radically transformed by the use of bitcoin technology.
RWE’s UK business swung to a loss due to billing problems. RWE’s CFO, Bernhard Günther discusses its corporate earnings.
Fujitsu EVP and head of EMEIA, Duncan Tait explains how Fujitsu is helping lead the digital revolution globally.
Klarna’s CIO, Yuval Samet says the company’s vision is to be “the favorite way to buy”, hopefully in both online and offline retail.
Kirill Filippov, SPB TV CEO and former Russian deputy minister of telecom and mass communications, discusses the media space in emerging markets compared to developed markets.
Jonathan Hill, EU commissioner for financial stability, financial services and capital markets union, explains why having a "bigger, single market" could increase the funding and business opportunity in Europe.
Lenovo’s EMEA president, Eric Cador, says while the PC market is suffering, however the company is confident they can weather the storm.
ADM Investor Services strategist, Marc Ostwald, talks about European Central Bank President, Mario Draghi’s rhetoric when it comes to QE.
European Central Bank president, Mario Draghi explains why a free market depends on appropriate institutions
ECB president, Mario Draghi explains why a fully integrated banking and capital market, along with a higher degree of institutional integration to protect that market is of great importance.